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Thursday, December 14, 2017

In order to SEND email reliably, a mailserver MUST meet the following DNS requirement:

In order to SEND email reliably, a mailserver MUST meet the following DNS requirement:

  • SPF and DKIM records
  • A valid MX record
  • A PTR record which matches the email domain
  • A valid PTR record 
 
In order to SEND email reliably, a mailserver MUST meet the following DNS requirement:

EXPLANATION

A sending mailserver shall have a valid PTR (reverse DNS lookup) record for its public IP address. That is, the PTR record must return the same IP address if submitted to a DNS lookup. If this is not the case, the recipient is likely to reject the mail as possible spam. (If IPv6 is used this also applies here, a point often overlooked)

MX records determine which computers accept inbound mail for

SOURCE

https://www.studiocoast.com.au/knowledgebase/194/email/support.aspx
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